Given `f(x)=sin(x-60^circ)-5` , we have the parent function as `f(x)=sinx` .
There are two transformations:
(1) Subtracting 60 produces a horizontal translation of 60 to the right (right shift).
(2) Subtracting 5 from the function lowers the midline 5 units.
(a) The amplitude remains 1.
(b) The maximum is 1-5=-4.
(c) The minimum is -1-5=-6.
(d) The range is [-6,-4]